- Concord, CA
- Site Type:
- Community Centers, Civic Facilities
- New Deal Agencies:
- Work Relief Programs, Works Progress Administration (WPA)
- Quality of Information:
- Site Survival:
The Works Progress Administration (WPA) conducted work at the Veterans Memorial Building in Concord, California.
“Constructed in 1929, The Veterans Memorial Building served briefly as city hall. Today, numbers of community meetings and social gatherings are held there.” concordhistory.com
WPA Project No. 65-3-2740, $302, App. Date 11-20-35, “Cleaning interior wood works, painting interior wood works in the county owned Memorial Building.”
WPA Project No. 65-3-2740, $225, App. Date 2-3-36, “Cleaning interior woodwork & painting interior rooms, halls & floors of the County owned Memorial Bldg. located in the town of Concord.”
WPA Job Card, Fresno Public Library, San Joaquin Valley Heritage & Genealogy Center.
Concord History: (https://concordhistory.com/veterans-memorial/), accessed October 27, 2018.
Site originally submitted by Andrew Laverdiere on October 27, 2018.
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